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and a entertain our businesses as and transform from a payroll tax to another tax system and low encourage job creation. he will be asked to step out of the traditional you've got to get it done and how do we help you do get under and city maintain and create jobs in the city. i'm here to say thank you jose to really let everybody you know how appreciative i've been 0 o and lucky to have you as a leader in our financial literacy captain. ooip i've been lucky to inherit a movement gavin was there before me and a visionary and i still get his council as he goes across california doing great things in education. gavin i say thank you that f in your new really as lieutenant governor everything we've accomplished we get a national and state audience because of the work you've done. with that our visiony and former mayor now lieutenant governor gavin newsom. >> (clapping.) >> thank you. obviously, we have the same speech writer i have nothing else to say about jose wonderful work and thank you for covering the base is. i ran over to college and wondered what happened to terminate limits that's bee
with the original bond covenants. what we have in hand on the nonhousing side, in particular tax exempt born proceeds which have their own other set of restrictions and limitations, they need to pass the public use and private activity test. they're best suited for what i call bricks and mortar hard construction uses. so, we would need to spend those consistent with those restrictionses. you may recall on rops 13 14 b, we have two excess bond proceeds lines. we have 785,000 for the bayview opera house plaza construction work with mta and 450,000 with the mayor's office of housing and community development for their model block streetscape improvement program in bayview hunters point. and we expect that those contracts will then come before you this spring. so, we put them on the rops for the overall spending authority but then there is a process to actually enter into agreement and come before you to fulfill that agreement. so, we have about 1.1 million remaining in nonhousing tax exempt bond proceeds that we are proposing to put on [speaker not understood] to get that expenditure authority.
the 34 million at the it raised 8.6 million so more than a quarter of the goal. the other part is the tax review the estimate this comes from the economics impact analysis. it's 5.8 million of tax revenue for hotels and payroll but the hotel tax revenue in our report hotels already had a high occupancy rate from the america's cup event prior to that you'll see a 1 percent increase but they accounted for the depth people como her to see the america's cup that wouldn't have been here otherwise they've estimated 34 percent in tax revenue but not huge for the city so the loss was 6 million. to talk about the port. this is port capital expenditures. so in total supports in expenditures this is port fund is 23.3 million we worked the port on this. we didn't count they didn't count a lot of the expenditures that was a long-term benefit to the port. there's been discussion in the economic report where united states count the impact of the terminals we choose not to do that because they would have built this anyway not just for the america's cup benefit so in the same way we have 20 million of the
businesses they're paying savings and a property tax and payroll tax and normally adhere san franciscans so their bowing goods and services in san francisco it really helps the economy of san francisco grow so its not only a benefit to the project but to the city. the contractors center is 5 thomas melon circle in the bayview area open 8:30 to 5 welcom ?oo hi, i'm holly lee. i love cooking and you are watching quick bites. san francisco is a foodie town. we san franciscoans love our food and desserts are no exceptions. there are places that specialize in any and every dessert your heart desires, from hand made ice cream to organic cakes, artisan chocolate and cupcakes galore, the options are endless. anyone out there with a sweet tooth? then i have a great stop for you. i've been searching high and low for some great cookies and the buzz around town that anthony's are those cookies. with rave reviews like this i have to experience these cookies for myself and see what the fuss was all about. so let's see. while attending san francisco state university as an accountinging major, anthon
income count a lot easy eefrment -- easier. they are going to take a modified growth to tax. they would use the income and that was it. it used to be easy. the national health program put out over a 60 page book on that. it's not as easy as it seems. but it certainly is easier than the traditional medi-cal. yes, it's going to take counseling individuals who are transitioning to understand how their income will now be counted. with their resource and assets, we call it a cliff because you go from not having any assets and resource limit to having an asset and resource limit of $2,000. there are certain things excluded like you can have one vehicle. the fact that you can only have $2,000 sitting in your bank account is a huge cliff when you didn't have that asset or resource. they will they would have to spend down in order to become eligible for traditional medi-cal. >> someone unlucky to be born maybe she's 6 4 this year has to learn two systems? >> yeah. exactly. it's very unfortunate. they will be transitioning so quickly and not able to take advantage of the new program for very lon
the business their local businesses they're paying savings and a property tax and payroll tax and normally adhere san franciscans so their bowing goods and services in san francisco it really helps the economy of san francisco grow so its not only a benefit to the project but to the city. the contractors center is 5 thomas melon circle in the bayview area open 8:30 to 5 welcom >> we are approving as many parks as we can, you have a value garden and not too many can claim that and you have an historic building that has been redone in a beautiful fashion and you have that beautiful outdoor ping-pong table and you have got the art commission involved and if you look at them, and we can particularly the gate as you came in, and that is extraordinary. and so these tiles, i am going to recommend that every park come and look at this park, because i think that the way that you have acknowledged donor iss really first class. >> it is nice to come and play and we have been driving by for literally a year. >> it is kind of nice. >> all of the people that are here. ♪ - (clapping) 10 years ago pam a
in the first as amendmented. >> iteal 8 is a resolution to authorize the tax collector to [inaudible] real property at public auction >> this resolution is adopted. >> item 9 the resolution to [inaudible] transmission project. >> supervisor avlose >> thank you, we had a discussion about this item in the budget finance committee and there were a lot of questions i have consistent with the [inaudible] yard going to the proceeds [inaudible] public housing and the other part acquired by a private developer. we want to put conditions on that [inaudible] i have language around those conditions. there was also a major part of the resolution that discussed a pg and e swich yard adjacent to the property and using infrastructure district funds to pay for a screen that goes around the switch yard or cover the switch yard which prevents sound from emanating the new neighborhood. i don't think it makes sense to put support for financing for switch yard. pg and e should pay for that because it a pg and e property there. [inaudible] suggesting i need people to cover the screen around the switc
sdlo through property tax and the mechanism we normally capture. the city doesn't have to own it to capture the value mostly of our land use plans have created the fund for other improvement >> i was hoping i could talk about the proper. >> there's multiple ways to capture revenue the transit center captured additional revenue from the rezoning of the parcels and impact fees and additional community facilities the taxes that go to tjpa project and other infrastructure. as director edward reiskin pointed out just undertaking those for example, xhooerts project would make the area is better and just like taking down did embarcadero freeway changed the waterfront helped and studies have shown it increased property values by thirty percent. there's mechldz like in the financing district or other ways to capture the broad value beyond the immediate development >> and part of the scope of the study is examining the boundary. >> yeah. we would look at that and the whole financial economic piece that will be a major component. >> a portion of the area surrounding the freeway is t
're paying savings and a property tax and payroll tax and normally adhere san franciscans so their bowing goods and services in san francisco it really helps the economy of san francisco grow so its not only a benefit to the project but
and a property tax and payroll tax and normally adhere san franciscans so their bowing goods and services in san francisco it really helps the economy of san francisco grow so its not only a benefit to the project but to the city. the contractors center is 5 thomas melon circle in the bayview area open 8:30 to 5 welcom >> let me see a show of the entertainment commission we're going to start with a role call. >> do you want to do a announcement about develops. >> if you have cell phones leave them on vibrate if you wish to speak fill out the speaker cards and come as you are called and thank you to sfgovtv and the 3 to 4 services for presenting this live to the public. >> thank you very much commissioner . commissioner joseph >> here. . commissioner lee. commissioner campagnoli. >> here. . president tan we have a quorum and commissioner perez is out of the country i'm not sure about commissioner akers we probably will expect her. the first is. this is for any comment that is not agendized if you feel you have something that's relevant to our work looks like we have one person standing. pl
. >> they wanted me to move out in 3 months. you have a to release that taxed will be involved after taxed and moving expenses and, you know, coming up with knows taking out a deposit rent deposit and everything else pretty much a lot of folks don't figure that in but in this city you wouldn't last long. >> one last question. >> why do you think the small property owners have to subsidies them in 18970 rent we're paying when we have to pay (inaudible) to keep our buildings maiden you're the cause of this you and all your lufrz are the cause of those there are 15 empty properties within a block of my house and you fellows are all the cause. >> i think the question has to do with rent control but this bill differentiates between small property owners and deep pocketed aspect larts we want to protect you're right to use the ellis act as written but not abuseed. >> i'm not talking about - >> i'm clarifying what we're doing (clapping.) . if there was a question i'll take that i know we have a united voice and not only getting this to the governors desk but make sure he signs it as well >>
money only the san franciscans can generate a tax. so we identified was it would cost us to develop and run an 18 month pilot about some thousands of dollars and we expect the dollar per day finger >> (inaudible). >> no. >> and (inaudible). >> we don't have - >> (inaudible). >> if you want to use our bus stops you have to be part of the permit program and once that's in place you have to be permitted to be part of the program. >> (inaudible). >> how much money are are we talking about and again, it's not going into the general fund to pay for administrator and $1.15 million to be the one hundred thousand figure is the afternoon for companies some are larger and small but the one-hundred 5 million will pay for the costs of a.d. administering the program. >> so did you commuter buses on - >> so the buzz the question is what's the impact been on muni services. their large vehicles and those who have ripened muni experience this we hear it from our operators sometimes those buses are delaying muni for getting to a stop to unload passengers so they dwell longer at the stops but
on the f line and number 3 we all pay taxed san francisco taxes and it seems like if a more than average increase in the f line fair is required maybe there should be some allowance for city residents if you use the clipper card they shelled believable to do that. i ask you not support the premium line for the f line >> thank you very much. next speaker. >> herbert wooirn i definitely don't want the racing the bus service we should be paid to ride it. i do support free rides for seniors hates very important. i think they've suffered by walking long dances to the buses and that's a fair compensation so those are thoughts i've got you think the whole thing about sunday parking has to be thrown out. i know people who say they're going to shoot in daily city but there's no way to show there's a benefit for the sunday parking it's vital to the city that money. those are the thoughts he you should taking into consideration this is a bad proposal for a bad budget. not only is san francisco beautiful and corrupt it's becoming unaffordable >> nourishing schneider is she here. okay there you g
to city hall i'm stressed out and dealing with taxes and stuff like that so this is the first time i have been here without being stressed out. i'm so thankful i grateful and want to give nob nab i would like to say that it wasn't spoken about my mom that she originally started a business and she is right there, i would like her to stand. the whole crew-i would like all them to stand, that is my sporelt team and friend and family and sthai are they are the only ones here. i thank them for supporting me all this time and my fellow-i wanted to say grewing up in the fill more, it wasn't easy at all, but-and i was also a teen age parent. that is my daughter and i would like her to stand because she is a wonderful inspuration. i beat the odds and she beat the odds. not only do we style [inaudible] we have to listen and give good advice. i want to thank you for recognizing it is a privilege and you recognized me before that and you have such a good person and you brighten me up to. it helps me when i see you. you are very humble and i precthat. thank you guys for having me here and
[health, business and tax regulations codes - safe body art]1304021.ordinance amending the health code by repealing miscellaneous sections relating to tattooing and adding article 40 to require body art practitioners to register with the department of public health dphh and to annually renew registration, and to require permanent and temporary body art facilities to obtain and annually renew permits with dph; amending the business and tax regulations code by adding fees relating to body art permits and licenses; and making environmental findings. public health departmentt5/2/13; >>supervisor norman yee: madam clerk, please call item 1. sf 11234 >>supervisor norman yee: i believe dr. johnson, from the department of public health is here to present. >> good afternoon supervisors, my name is dr. johnson. i'm representing department of public health branch. the rules committee meeting of january 16th of 2014. the department of public health reintroduced the body art ordinance for adoption. however at that time the department also requests for a continuance for time to post publicizing the new proposed
're having the hearing is because the redevelopment agency in its further capacity used tax funds to acquire the site at [speaker not understood] carroll avenue and under the health and safety code [speaker not understood], authorize a ground lease for any [speaker not understood] using tax increment funds through a public hearing process, which is why we're here before you today. so, just a little background about the project. it is 420 units of affordable senior housing. it's going developed with [speaker not understood] as well as bayview hunters point senior center and also have a ground floor community senior center for bayview residents and seniors. 90 of the units are supposed to be offered to house the public housing residents as far as the housing [speaker not understood] housing public revitalization project. and the lease itself is for 55 years a the clerk had mentioned. the initial term, and an additional term for a lease of 99 years at the end of the day. as the board is familiar, if the successor agency is sub poed to wind down its activities at some point once their housing ob
they are ruv new or tax or bond measures which go to budget. thathat is a different sichuation kw i don't know if this type of resolution has been introduced and sent to committee in the past >> i want to clarify my position and where knr am, i don't care where it gets heard. i do want to walk away from the claimber with a understanding it will be heard in either committee whether it is rules committee. i don't think it is a unwreezable request this item be heard quickly given the time line. mr. president if i can respond. as you all know a single supervisor can send a item to committee on this part of the agenda nob nab the president has the authority to move it to any committee he choose >> what i would say about that is given how this is continshs i figure we can have the discussion as a board. [inaudible] >> i just got more information. there may be quite a few items, but we can put it in there [inaudible] for the 20tht. you have a motion on the floor. what i'm saying is we can put it on the 20th >> supervisor wiener. >> so i guess to-a couple things. i think it is noted thi
billions of dollars in profits. these are tax dollars going to our schools and making our neighborhood safe. but unfortunately even our residents that have good coverage are spending this money on medications. there are a lot of complicated issues that under lie why drug pricing is so high. there are a couple things that i would like to note that i have certainly explored with city staff on this issue. we have very little transparency on the prices set not only with drugs but also prices paid by the city and county of san francisco. some of the out patients are eligible to receive a low price negotiated by the federal government in the so-called 340 b program. unfortunately it's not accessible to in patients that we have in our local hospitals as well as our jails. i would also note that our city purchases many of our drugs for our inpatient populations and others with a contract through a company called innovation. unfortunately the pricing for those particular drugs are covered by non-disclosure agreement and we don't have the ability to understand how those prices are set. the resolutio
drug manufactures have made billions of dollars in profits. these are tax dollars going to our schools and making our neighborhood safe. but unfortunately even our residents that have good coverage are spending this money on medications. there are a lot of complicated issues that under lie why drug pricing is so high. there are a couple things that i would like to note that i have certainly explored with city staff on this issue. we have very little transparency on the prices set not only with drugs but also prices paid by the city and county of san francisco. some of the out patients are eligible to receive a low price negotiated by the federal government in the so-called
we used the redevelopment monies and the tax increment money to build the infrastructure to allow the lives are buildings to go up. this is the magic how do you revitalize our old shipyard and you've got to revitalize our cities this is what we've done w in partnership with the encounter institutions we've had. i will continue to say thank you to u s f we've attracted all those great research labs and i think they're here because of the talent per san francisco is a 24r5e7b9 attracter i'm going to add myself to that even though i have a march 10th glass i'm trying to change my imagine i have to be more like the big mayors >> not the mayor of attorney respondent (laughter). >> but i say lecture regularly us kelly he got blessed with the highest honor from his origin which is the origin of the british empire. and this is yet again another example of innovation and the spirit we have. our story is working in looking toward the industry of infrastructure i know that diseases we talk about so threatening those days will i know in our lifetimes be ended with the fantastic discoveries
as a tax base so timing was a factor in this resolution would have required that report to be done open march 6 it was sent to the full board without a hearing in advance so items such as this that are sent to the full board need a name vote and will receive comment at the board also resolutions that are sent to the full board first, they need another vote and 8 votes would be needed at the second meeting. so at this week's meeting supervisor wiener asked it to be sent to the land use. the city attorney advised the other equally committee would be the rules committee and stated a march committee would be arranged and supervisor wiener and 1ek9d by supervisor breed approved it and asked it to be sent to the rules committee. so it's pending before a rules committee. i have several introductions from the board members none of those are the planning code so we'll not be hearing about those arrest supervisor farrell talked about homelessness and they were separate for hearing specifically focusing on lgbt and age use and veterans and seniors and the housing lard and the on cost effective str
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their taxes. they may run into a rough patch now and then and what we're able to provide is a bridge towards getting them back on their feet. the center averages about 14,000 visits a year in the health clinic alone. one of the areas that we specialize in is family medicine, but the additional focus of that is is to provide care to women and children. women find out they're pregnant, we talk to them about the importance of getting good prenatal care which takes many visits. we initially will see them for their full physical to determine their base line health, and then enroll them in prenatal care which occurs over the next 9 months. group prenatal care is designed to give women the opportunity to bond during their pregnancy with other women that have similar due dates. our doctors here are family doctors. they are able to help these women deliver their babies at the hospital, at general hospital. we also have the wic program, which is a program that provides food vouchers for our families after they have their children, up to age 5 they are able to receive food vouchers to get milk and cere
family and friends are here, too >> thank you (clapping.) i do want to assure the board no tax dollars were used to fly them into from the ukraine. speaking of employee recognition that's something we do as part of the goal four of the straeflg plan to make the sfmta a better place to work and as part of the goal and our strategic plan is to approve communication between the agencies between the management and employees to solicit information. we held our first employee town hall meeting we've started to reach out to our colleagues to make sure they're aware of how we're progressing with regards to the strategic planning and vance the plan and moving around the city physically to have the meeting next one is at the 850 brian meeting with the officers. and i want to say we're making good progress and getting good feedback from the employees. i want to do let you know that the first move move into our transportation management center our new control center starts this week so the construction and this is at a facility in the civic center is larger than complete the first part done by the
water system and other core assets our first responders will rely on all without raising property taxes. it follows the seismic improvements at the house/senate the water system our general hospital and key roads and brimgdz to make san francisco a servicely preponderance of the evidence city in california (clapping) and folks, you know, on the january day like this you look around and kind of see the bone-dry winter it reminds us the climate change is real we're in a drought in california. it's more important than ever to continue our global leadership we'll insure that that but making sure our green building laws we've significantly reduced our green house gas emissions. i'm proud san francisco san francisco was ranked among the top efficient city's. and our waste diversion system leads the nation we're the leaders in the electronic charging station and we're helping homeowners and businesses more energy efficient through the go solar sf and pass programs and through rec and park department thank you general managers for your effort for the future drought. thank you for your leadershi
the city. this year the transportation authority passed the one billion mark for our sales tax program allocating funds for projects to improve the safety and accessibility of our transportation system citywide. we've moved a strong group of projects forward. the brt program moved ahead and the major capital projects of the prop k plan are all under construction. to the. our impact extends beyond the investments on the ground. we're engaging community based organizations in our outreach to communities of concern and increasing the involvement of neighborhood groups in the decision-making process. i'm excited about the work underway early action plan and prop k prioritization process. i look forward to working with colleagues on strengthening our transportation sector in 2014. and enhanced project delivery across the city i'll conclude my remarks by wishing everyone an enjoyable and relaxing holiday season. we can go on to public comments to this item and seeing none we'll close public comments and move onto the next item. >> this is an information item, the directors report.
to reconvene. in addition we persuaded the sfpd to post tax on the website and we have a booth at street events and also by attending walk to workday events. we have been given the important responsibility of leading the promotion and implementation efforts of the mayor's safety strategy and have two meetings a month, one out in the committee and established a new subcommittee and well represented at meetings including the mayor's task force and the transportation committee and we asked the sf mta to install crosswalks at fill more intersection where a pedestrian was run over by a car. so now i would like to move on to the work plan of 2014 which is a 10 point plan and focused and lays out goals and benchmarks that we need to achieve to make our committee more successful and effective so number one we really need to increase the influence of the pedestrian safety committee to ensure that agencies and the departments cooperate and respond to our requests. we are an untapped resource that needs more visibility and the ability to effect change in the community and we will change the byla
. we saved tax payers nearly $500,000 a year and underscored the importance of our public water system. supervisor chiu's ordinance build on that legacy by codifying this commitment into law and increasing access to public water on city property. it is an important step toward ensuring our community has access to choose clean and safe public water. and by reinvesting in and promoting public water over bottled water, san francisco will set an important example for other cities and people across the country. the bottled water industry has had misleading marketing [speaker not understood]. public water is much more regulated than bottled water and is the best way to ensure access for water to everyone. not just those who can pay a market price. water is a public good, not a commodity to be bought and sold. and as of 2007 executive order, the ripple of this leadership will be felt in cities and towns across the u.s. a strong stand in this ordinance for public water and making a powerful statement about the urgent need to invest our [speaker not understood] public service. so, thank you. >>
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